CACHE Level 3 Early Years Educator for the Work-Based Learner: The only textbook for Early Years endorsed by CACHE
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From 3 April 2017, the requirement for Level 3 Early Years Educators (EYE) to hold GCSE English and maths A*-C, will be broadened to Level 2 qualifications, including Functional Skills. Upon successful completion of this qualification, you can apply for roles as early year’s practitioner and educator roles in an early year’s settings in which you will be working with children aged from birth to five years of age. Become a fully qualified early years educator/practitioner, also known as a nursery nurse, ready to enter the workplace. As of January 2024, the requirement for level 3 educators to hold a level 2 (GCSE or equivalent) maths qualification has been removed.
Learners aged 16-19 (and learners aged 19-24 with learning difficulties and/or disabilities) funded by the Education Funding Agency will not require GCSE English and maths grade A* - C prior to commencing their Early Years Educator qualification. Upon achievement of this qualification learners will gain their licence to practise and it is intended that learners will be able to enter the workforce as Early Years Educators. To have, or be able to shadow a colleague working with, key children and to have the opportunity to observe children. This will enable staff with an EYE qualification and Level 2 English and mathematics qualifications to count in the Level 3 staff: child ratios in childcare settings.
The course covers the health and wellbeing of children and their learning, play, and development to prepare them for school. This qualification is suitable for those either working or volunteering in early years education and care. To work in a setting which would support a visiting assessor to observe your skills in the workplace.
You will study this course by distance learning, which will enable you to take control of your studies. It is essential you secure a placement that can provide you with a suitably qualified level three mentor. It enables learners to work with children from birth to 5 years and gain knowledge of children aged 5 to 7 years.
The Early Years Alliance offers the diploma through a blended learning programme which includes online teaching sessions, written tasks, online courses, 1-1 reviews and assessment in the workplace. Students will be visited by an assessor three times during the duration of the course as part of the overall assessment. Fully accredited and nationally recognised NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator) qualification.
If you are aged 19 or above, you may qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan to help pay for your course fees. Learners must be in a position to become fully involved in all activities, particularly the observation of children. Written by bestselling author and early years expert Penny Tassoni, this is the only textbook for work-based learners endorsed by CACHE. The qualification meets the Department for Education’s (DfE) Level 3 full and relevant criteria for a Level 3 Early Years Educator. Sometimes the way the assignments are worded can leave you scratching your head but each unit is explained and laid out perfectly so that you can read through and organise your thoughts before delving into the detailed part of writing your essays.I'm already a lvl 2 TA so I've got some of the information already but when it comes to pre age 4 I need more knowledge and this book gives such detailed explanation of the units. I hope our paths will cross with future students and should you have any excellent students in need of placements we are always happy to try and offer assistance. My daughter needed this book to complete her Advance Level 3 diploma and she found it well written to understand for the qualification requirements. Enrolment paperwork finalised – an Alliance Training Advisor will schedule a Microsoft Teams video meeting with you to review enrolment details and check your identification (please bring photo id to this meeting). All units will be internally assessed using a range of methods, including direct observation within the workplace and written evidence.